Practice teaching is the hardest part on becoming a teacher, but having a cooperating teacher like Ma’am Christy is one of the reasons why I can say that this is not as hard as what I thought it is. -Kim FeorellSolas- This is your day. This is the day that we should thank such person like you. Again thank you for everything She is a kind of teacher that will make sure that you will learn something from her each day, and I was one of those people who learned from her. -MARIEL ANN DIMAYUGA- I want to thank you for everything you share with me, your knowledge, your time and lot more.
Who is Vivian Alamag
I thought my practicum life would be difficult because I was thinking that my cooperating teacher would be strict, inconsiderate and hard to approached with but I was wrong when I met Mrs. Vivian B. Alamag- a bubbly, beautiful, energetic, considerate, kind , loving and most of all understanding teacher. She has this smile that affects the mood of every student she meet on her way. She is a woman who serves not only a teacher to her students but also a mother to everyone.
Whenever I am teaching and I forget something she immediately gives assistance. She never put me down or criticize my performance. I will not be this brave and courageous facing the consequences for me as a student teacher without her undying support and never ending concern. Ma’am thank you for everything. For believing in my ability, for sharing your experiences, for always being there when I’m down. You are a hero for me. Thanks also for being a mother to me. I love you and Happy Teachers Day. -Mary ImeeOliveros-
Who is Rose Mary W. Argana?
A teacher who has short curly hair. She always comes early to school, walking with her head always chin up. You will notice her carrying a big NATASHA plastic bag with different orders of the teachers. She always bring with her black leather bag while holding her lesson plan, attendance and her red umbrella. At first, we felt that Ma’am Rose was strict. According to our co-student teacher who became his cooperating teacher during his Field Study subject he quoted Ma’am Rose as “sakanya first impression lasts”. When we finally met her we never thought that she was a funny, bubbly, friendly, caring and lovable teacher.
We thank Ma’am for letting us to grow in the field of teaching. You gave us things that we needed in teaching. You let us do what we want to in terms of teaching. Thank you for giving us the chance to be part of the lives of your students. The word T-H-A-N-K Y-O-U is not enough to show our gratefulness to you as our cooperating teacher. We highly appreciated all the knowledge, advices and jokes that you shared to us. From the bottom of our hypothalamus, we THANK YOU in a MAJOR MAJOR WAY. We CHUBA-CHU-CHU you Ma’am Rose. -John Berlin Vistan- -Jezza Marie Isleta-
Who is LuningningAdarna?
She has a long hair. Always holding a lunch bag. With her head always bowed down, she comes to school with an unpredictable face. Unpredictable, because you will find it hard to figure out what her mood is. Like the poem “ Bread of Dreams”, very deep. Strict…, shrewed….., moody, terror… that is LuningningAdarna based on our first impression. When we entered the faculty room, we were so nervous because we were thinking “ Oh! My God! Angtaray at serious yatang Coop Teacher namin!”
Well, we have said those are first impressions. Time goes by… we have known her better. We became close. We almost share even personal stories. We were not expecting that she will treat us not as a practice teacher but also her son too. We really enjoyed our stay here because of her. Ma’am thank you for everything. Thank you for the advice that make us a better practice teacher and person. Thank you for the help from without it, we would be a wanderer here. Thank you that you are always there to lift us up, cheer us up and guide us.
-John KristofferBulaklak- Ma’am we know that thanking you is not enough to show how grateful we are that you became our cooperating teacher. But Ma’am I know that you already know that. We were happy to met a teacher and a mother like you. We will never forget that you once became part of our life, of or success. - Ferdinand Castillo-